NYSASCD Journal

Spring/Fall 2020

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7 Introduction I n the fall 2019 edition of the Impact Journal (http://publications.catstonepress.com/i/1226718- fall-2019-impact), talented practitioners shared their thoughts and strategies for being culturally responsive. With everything taking place in our world right now, we felt it important to continue the discussion. is edition of the Impact Journal has some of the world's most thoughtful leaders sharing their ideas for culturally responsive practices. First we'll read about a framework that provides gauge points for a Culturally Responsive-Sustaining Education (CR-SE) by David E. Kirkland, Ph.D. e model invites readers to consider students' cultures as an asset, not a deficit. When thinking about being responsive in the classroom while in virtual learning environments, Detra Price-Dennis, Ph.D. offers readers four principles that can guide the work. Educators are also asked to consider four questions that can be used when planning lessons that strengthen the teacher's connection to the children being served. An interview with Cornelius Minor offers a look into the thoughts of an educator who implements culturally responsive practices on a daily basis. His authentic views on how educators Dr. LaQuita Outlaw has worked in school leadership for over a decade. Dr. Outlaw serves as a peer editor for Corwin Press and assists several local organizations with organizing professional development opportunities for educators across Long Island.

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